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Mary Jo Foley writes on her blog “All about Microsoft” that a Linux guy by the name of Jason Perlow gave Windows Home Server a thumbs up

Read the post and the debate which follows.

Next Windows expert Ed Bott explains on his blog that to buy the OEM copy of WHS does NOT require you to buy a piece of hardware with it. Ed states:

“Microsoft changed the rules for its System Builder OEM program in 2005, eliminating the requirement to purchase a piece of hardware and specifically allowing end users who are building or refurbishing a PC to purchase a single copy of an OEM license.

And yes, you can legally purchase an OEM copy if you intend to build a single PC or server (including Windows Home Server), for yourself or for someone else.”

Read the rest of the details on Ed Bott’s Windows Expertise site.

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